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Helicopter crash kills 4 Greek army officers

Four Greek army officers were killed on Wednesday when their helicopter crashed in a hilly area in the center of the country, military authorities said. A female sergeant major on board the military aircraft was injured but is expected to recover. The dead include a major general, a colonel, a ...

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Iran can help Kyrgyzstan with hydropower plants construction: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says his country is ready to help Kyrgyzstan with the construction of hydropower plants in the Central Asian country. “Iran is ready to construct small and big hydropower plants in Bishkek,” Zarif said at a joint press conference with his Kyrgyz counterpart Erlan Abdyldaev ...

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Israel approves 212 new settler units in East al-Quds

Israel has approved the construction of 212 new settler units in the occupied Palestinian territories in flagrant disregard of widespread international condemnation. The so-called Jerusalem Local Planning and Construction Committee approved on Wednesday the construction of the new structures in the East Jerusalem al-Quds neighborhoods of Pisgat Ze’ev and Ramat ...

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UK Parliament approves early general election

The British Parliament has voted almost unanimously in favor of an early general election proposed by UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Lawmakers in the House of Commons voted 522 to 13 on Wednesday to support the motion put forward by May a day earlier. The election will be held on ...

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Iraqi forces kill Daesh deputy ringleader in Mosul missile strike

Iraqi government forces have reportedly killed the deputy ringleader of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in western Mosul as they are engaged in joint operations with volunteer fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units to drive the extremists out of their last urban stronghold in the country. Federal Police Forces Commander Lieutenant ...

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India BJP leaders face conspiracy trial in Babri mosque case

NEW DELHI  – Three senior members of India’s ruling Hindu nationalist party including a government minister should face trial over the demolition of a mosque a quarter of a century ago, the Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday. The three are accused of inciting Hindu zealots to pull down the 16th century ...

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